26 October 2017: Fabric Knowledge 9 November 2017: Introduction to the Global Clothing Industry 15 November 2017: Understanding Garments 23 November 2017: Size and Fit 29 November 2017: Garment Specification 06 December 2017: The Product Development Process
The Textile Institute London and South East England Section
The Roy Godden Lecture Wednesday 18 January 2017 6.00pm - 8.00pm
The Royal College of Art: Kensington Gore (Entrance in Jay Mews)
(Next to The Royal Albert Hall: Nearest tube station South Kensington)
Maggie Cooke, successful costume designer will take us into the fantasy world of costumes for opera, drama
and dressing the stars.She is currently producing costumes for Poldark the successfull TV drama.
This intensive training short course is organised for the benefit of all those who are engaged in the manufacture, research and development as well as the commercial aspects of textile business. The course will cover the fibres, yarns and fabrics used in textile products for apparel, household and technical textiles applications as core modules. The third day will offer two specialist modules covering dyeing and finishing, fabric testing and analysis.
Course Director: Professor Subhash Anand MBE Comp TI CText FTI MSc PhD AMCST
Day 1 Fibres: Their production, properties and areas of application. Yarns: Their production, properties and areas of application.
Day 2 Weaving: Yarn preparation, fabric production, fabric structure, fabric properties and areas of application. Warp & Weft Knitting: Fabric production, fabric structure, fabric properties and areas of application. Nonwoven Fabrics: Classification, web formation, wet-laid, dry-laid and polymer-laid fabric production, fabric properties and areas of application.
Day 3 Dyeing & Finishing: Preparatory processes for different textile materials, dyeing, principles of colouration. Fabric Testing & Analysis: Fabric performance, fabric specifications, fabric testing and analysis.
Included in the course fees are refreshments throughout the day, lunch, course materials and samples.
Friends Meeting House, 6 Mount Street, Manchester M2 5NS.
3 Days Full Course
TI Member - £640.00
Non Member - £800.00
Teacher - £480.00
Student - £400.00
Rates for individual days are also available.
All rates are inclusive of VAT
The Wearable Technology Show 2017
7-8 March, Tuesday & Wednesday
9:00 AM - 17:30 PM
Now in its fourth year the annual WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY SHOW returns to London, ExCel on the 7th & 8th March 2017.
WTS2017 is the largest business and prosumer show featuring cutting edge technology under one roof. It is the biggest and best forum for forming partnerships and developing new business across the wearable, smart device and IOT landscape.
Over 6,000 delegates, 200 speakers and 300 press will come together to exchange views, network and do business. The show floor will feature cutting edge technology attracting prosumers, distributors and buyers
Boasting 9 conference tracks; in conjunction with the Augmented Reality Show, Smart Home Show, Digital Healthcare and IOT Connect Show, WTS2017 offers unrivalled breadth and depth of content.
WTS2017 showcases technologies across a multitude of fields including - smart home, healthcare, fashion, fitness, performance sports, enterprise, augmented reality and presents visionary speakers working within the industry to discuss the future of wearables, smart technology and IOT.
SECOND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON APPAREL TEXTILES AND FASHION DESIGN
24TH - 25TH MARCH 2017 @ GALLE FACE HOTEL, COLOMBO, SRI LANKA
Three Different Experience within two days
Research Paper Presentation on 24th March
Dedicated Industry Color Symposium "Colour in Fashion - Making it Fast Lean and Green"
International Fashion Show "Fashion Beyond 2017" on 25th Evening
CALL FOR PAPERS: We welcome proposals for papers and invitations for abstract submissions are now open for both Oral and Poster presentations covering current research and new processes.
Who needs to know the next game changing in colour, meet the experts on COLOUR SYMPOSIUM on 25th March 2017, (08.30am to 12.30pm)
"Fashion Beyond 2017" each student/professional designer can present their collection on any category on evening runway show
Abstract Submission & Fashion show register Deadline: January 31st 2017
Send abstract or inquires to email@example.com
More Web: http://atafd.com
Reserve your seat early: Whattsapp / Viber: +94 773 940 838
(Acceptance Notification send within 10 days of receiving the Abstract)
All the TI member put code "TIM2017" on email or Abstract Submission form message box (Online submission available)
Introduction to Clothing - Short Courses Manchester, UK 2017 26 October to 7 December
About the courses:
Six separate courses will provide a basic introduction to the subject and are intended for anyone just starting a career in the clothing industry whether this be at operative level; a new graduate from another discipline, or management level coming from another industry sector. The curriculum has been developed with the financial support of CAPITB Trust, an independent charity providing support and funding for "people employed or about to be employed in the British clothing industry".
The courses are approved by The Textile Institute and each Individual course accrues academic credit which along with a specified period of working practice may be used towards obtaining The Textile Institute Chartered Professional Qualifications.
Fabric Knowledge - 26 October 2017
The taught element of this module will include a significant amount of 'hands-on' practical work allowing delegates to leave with a reasonable understanding of fabric construction and characteristics.
Introduction to the Global Clothing Industry - 9 November 2017
This course introduces delegates to the supply chain which provides mass produced garments to the UK and other markets. It looks at the key clothing manufacturing regions of the world, basics of logistics, the role of agents and potential communication issues.
Understanding Garments - 16 November 2017
Through a process of physical deconstruction of a garment delegates will take a journey around a simple item of clothing, stopping at each stage to discover the complex processes that have gone into producing it.
Size and Fit - 23 November 2017
Through a process of analysing anthropometric body measurement procedures, sizing data and garment fit, delegates will be able to evaluate and understand approaches to garment sizing and related fit.
Garment Specifications - 30 November 2017
Delegates will gain an understanding of the different specifications used within the garment industry. They will carry out a variety of in-class activities relating to garment specifications and will be able to relate them to specific job roles that exist within the fashion industry.
The Product Development Process - 7 December 2017
Delegates will carry out a variety of in-class activities which will enable them to appreciate the different stages involved in the process of developing a fashion product. They will also be able to recognise a variety of the job roles that exist within the fashion industry.
Cost per course
Non Members: £400.00
*rates are inclusive of VAT
Refreshments, lunch and supporting course materials are all included in the price.
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